Buying a house that was built in 1925 has it's perks...but also its downfalls... One of the downfalls for us was the bathrooms. While, none of the bathrooms in the house are ideal, the "Jack & Jill" guest bathroom, was completely dysfunctional. It consisted of a toilet and an unfinished vanity, along with a shower in the closet of one of the adjacent bedrooms! NOT KIDDING! The "shower closet" has served as a perfect place for the kitty litter in the meantime, but the renovation of the guest bath quickly moved to the top of our "To Do" list. Our goal was to update the plumbing, enhance the fixtures and treatments and expand the space to most importantly include the shower/tub within the actual bathroom! Home renovations have there challenges, but this one was well worth it and we are thrilled with the results!
(photos taken prior to move in)
The shower is actually behind the closet door. How did I not get a photo of the inside?!
The previous homeowner was actually using a hanging shower caddy to hold shoes. Brilliant!
Let the Demo Begin!
Walls Are Down
Goodbye Freaky Shower Closet
Foot Through Ceiling
(Can't go through construction without a little excitement!)
Walls Go Up
Floor Is In
Subway Tile Installed & Tuni Trying Out the New Tub
Small Space...hard to photograph, but you get the idea...
Vintage Mirror & Bamboo Pagoda Lantern
White Subway Tile in Shower
Lucite Towel Bar with Monogrammed Towels & Carrara Marble Herringbone Floor
Next up, Master Bath! Hopefully...